Published at Wednesday, January 24th 2018, 09:38:31 AM by Cedrick Napier. Resume Sample.
The registration file must be completed before the child's participation. Advertising on the most popular Hamptons website gets results. Head-up displays that use the windshield of a car as a screen are a good way to keep drivers informed while their eyes stay on the road in front of them. But Daimler thinks he has an even better solution, and on his high-end vehicles, he announces that he will soon introduce \million pixel\ programmable headlamps that project warning symbols and driving tips on the road. road itself. The technology, dubbed Digital Light by Daimler, was introduced as a concept 10 years ago, but at the Geneva Motor Show it is finally being touted as a feature that should be available on select Mercedes-Maybach S-Class vehicles this year. . Sitting next to the vehicle's standard headlights, two small monochrome projectors each have a resolution of more than a million pixels, which translates into an HD-quality image projected onto the road surface in front of the vehicle. Lighthouses project symbols such as a snowflake indicating slippery conditions, a construction symbol reminding drivers of slowing down for road workers, arrows to know where to turn, and even simple white lines representing the size of the road. your vehicle so that you can immediately know if you are able to sneak into a narrow parking spot.